Daily Roundup: Twitter, Adobe, Pinterest & More
Website Magazine's Daily Roundup series features noteworthy developments from around the digital world that will be of interest to 'Net professionals and which may just have a positive impact on how you do your digital business each and every day.
+ Jack Dorsey has formally been announced as the new CEO of Twitter; the network's stock price was up three percent in early morning trading.
+ Pinterest expanded its Buyable Pins program, bringing the functionality to Bigcommerce, Magento and IBM Commerce. Pinterest revealed that the total number of Buyable Pins now exceeds 60 million.
+ Adobe released several new apps and updates during its MAX conference, including new UX prototyping tool Project Comet, Adobe Portfolio (formerly Behance ProSite and desktop app updates including Artboard support for Photoshop and touchscreen support for InDesign and Illustrator.
+ Lending platform Kabbage announced that it now extends more than $5 million per day to small businesses, growing its loan volume 60 percent from the first quarter of 2015.
Today at Website Magazine:
+ Survey Says! Increase Your Social Followers
+ Ad Viewability Enhancements Made to Google Display Network
+ Shipping Tools for Big Cartel Merchants
+ Tracking Inventory Online & Off with Bigcommerce
+ Changes to UET at Bing Ads
+ Benchmarking Retailrs, Brands on Omnichannel Capabilities
+ Mobile Email Opens Decline Slightly